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Example Usage of
track_event_list

Event tracking information

Description: Check if event tracking is enabled, and see what events have already been logged.
Endpoint: https://{ACCOUNT}.api-us1.com/api/2/track/event
HTTP method: GET
Supported output formats: json
Requires authentication: Yes
Parameters:
* indicates requirement. Underlined params include in URL, otherwise as part of the post body. POST data must be formatted as
Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded
. We don't accept any other input formats like JSON.
Variable Description
api_key*Your API key
Example response:
Variable Description
enabledWhether or not event tracking is enabled. Example: true
eventsAn array of events already added. Example: ["__pagevisit","__redir","abc","def"]

PHP Example

This is an example of using the track_event_list call with PHP. You can replicate the same idea in virtually any other programming language. This example requires our PHP API wrapper. Make sure to update the path to the wrapper files in the example code below (if it is not the same).

<?php

// Set up an object instance using our PHP API wrapper.
define("ACTIVECAMPAIGN_URL", "https://{ACCOUNT}.api-us1.com");
define("ACTIVECAMPAIGN_API_KEY", "{API_KEY}");
require_once("../activecampaign-api-php/includes/ActiveCampaign.class.php");
$ac = new ActiveCampaign(ACTIVECAMPAIGN_URL, ACTIVECAMPAIGN_API_KEY);
$ac->version(2);

$response = $ac->api("tracking/event/list");

echo "<pre>";
print_r($response);
echo "</pre>";

?>

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